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A potential international support system for Education for Sustainable Development www. sustain. no
Meet Otto a cod, in the North Sea www. sustain. no v Environmental challenges for Otto first weeks: § § § Born with toxic chemicals Feeds on microlayer, highly contaminated UV-radiation affects his growth Nutrients produces toxic algae's, reduces his food Climate changes his feeding areas v After some months: § § § Very difficult to get away from the industrial fleet Moves coast outside Africa Meets Helen, just to become father – no success Caught by the EU fleet Sold as ecological sound product due to new fishing gears
www. sustain. no Lessons learned in Norway v Pupils experience that they are able to contribute something useful to society. They do “real work” and produce high-quality results. v Impressive concrete results can be achieved when many schools join together v Better learning and working environment when the school leadership, maintenance people, teachers and pupils co-operate.
www. sustain. no Lessons learned in Norway v The Network gives legitimacy to interdisciplinary, actionoriented teaching methods. Teachers and schools receive the support they need for these learning approaches. v Co-operation with “heavy” ministries and research/scientific institutions lends credibility to the school’s work. v The network creates win-win situations between the schools and other parts of the society
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First prototype of an international edition developed www. sustain. no